Safari at Tembe Elephant Park
The famous Tembe Elephant Park situated in Bulawayo is a famous game reserve that offers a number of facilities. It is located in the north eastern corner of Maputaland. The park has been a source of attraction to tourists for years and it is a favourite with families and groups planning holiday vacations. It offers game viewing and other animal viewing opportunities. There are various lodges and camps available for your stay in the area.
The park has been established in 1960 and provides excellent game viewing opportunities. There are also different camping options available. There is the option of a camp ground where you will have the option of cooking your own food. You can choose from hot meals that are offered by the staff or you can have a choice between cooked and raw dishes. You can take your own vehicle to reach the Tembe Elephant Park and hire a vehicle for your journey to the game drive.
The Tembe Elephant Park has four elephants trails and one antelope bushwalking trail. The animals can be seen quite easily by walking through the bush. There are approximately 700 elephants and half horse animals that roam the park and it is possible to see several animals at a time. The majority of the antelope are found in the watering hole, which is located just south of the camp site. There are four types of watering holes including two that are open to the public and the others are locked.
The watering hole is open to the public daily. It can also be accessed on the weekends and public holidays. There are also picnic areas where you can have a nice meal. The park rangers provide information about the whereabouts of the different animal populations in the park. The tourists can collect information about the animal population, their habits, food sources and shelters from the park’s staff.
If you are an animal lover and want to see the wildlife in Africa, the Tembe Elephant Park Lodge is the perfect place for you. The lodge offers a comfortable and secure environment for you to observe the local wildlife. You will be able to watch some of the rarer species such as the big five as they travel through the park. The park lodge has luxurious rooms that are close to the safari vehicles.
The animals in the park have their own water supply so you don’t need to worry about water or food. They will still eat local plants such as millet, wild vegetables and fruit trees. As long as there is enough grass for them to drink and the water remains clean and fresh, they won’t bother with anything else. The Tembe Elephant Park Lodge believes that the elephants still live in the area and believe that there are only a few scattered individuals still roaming around. They say that the local tribes people hunt the elephants but they are too afraid to get too close.
One of the animals you can see at the Tembe Elephant Park is the big five. The big five are a group of five elephants that inhabit the Kalahari Desert. These animals are known for their gentle movements, long ears and a thick skin that make them highly resistant to the hot African sun. If you come during the dry season, you will probably see these animals as they rest during the day. They eat berries and insects while drinking water from a well-maintained irrigation system.
The last thing you will be able to see at the Tembe Elephant Park is the largest elephants. There are several individuals who inhabit this area and they are part of the globally famous Khwai Tusk Trust. This is one reason why this park has been able to maintain its beautiful status. The only reason why there are no lions in this park is because there are only a few tuskers and the other animals are not big enough to eat them.